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The Motherland shouldn’t be for sale

Sadia Baloch

The Balochistan Post

It has not been a quite uncanny trend when powerful nations have occupied smaller nations. The world has always witnessed such cruelties at the hands of vicious states. But at the same time, the world has also seen brave nations who have forced the occupier to lick the sand of defeat. No doubt the Baloch nation has succeeded in putting up its name among those nations.

Since 27 march, 1948, when Pakistan invaded Balochistan, the Pakistani army and its agencies are engaged in Baloch genocide. They have created destruction and chaos all over Balochistan. The Pakistani army has practiced every formula to keep the Baloch people its slaves and has formed clouds of misery throughout Balochistan.

From invasion to testing nuclear bombs to abducting balochs, torturing them and then dumping their dead bodies for wild animals, the Baloch nation has always suffered at the hands of the brutal military of Pakistan. When atomic bomb flashed above the mountains of Chagai it brought drought, diseases and deaths (due to radioactivity) and environmental disasters for Baloch people. The testing of nuclear bombs on Baloch soil clearly shows the apathy of Pakistan towards Baloch nation.

The atrocities of Pakistan does not end here. The ‘kill and dump’ policy is the most dreadful one. Since 27 march, 1948 thousands of Balochs have been abducted and disappeared by the Pakistani army along with its agencies while hundreds of civilians have been hunted at public places. Hundreds and thousands of Balochs are languishing in unknown torture cells waiting for the sun to bring forth freedom. Everyday hundreds of Baloch families find the tortured dead bodies of their beloved ones. Today the cries of our mothers and sisters cries are echoing everywhere.

In order to rub more salt on Baloch wounds the Pakistani army has not just started selling our land to foreign countries or aiding terrorists and providing them safe heavens in Balochistan, but it is also staging sham elections across Balochistan to fool the world. No wonder the army will force the Balochs to cast votes at the barrel of gun.

However, the Pakistani army and agencies should also get this straight that just like Agha Prince Abdul Kareem to Shaheed Jahangir Baloch, the Baloch sons and daughters will revolt against it. They will embrace martyrdom to eradicate and wash away the dirt from their motherland. The Baloch nation must refresh the 2013 elections in 2018 to show the brutal Pakistani army that we are not afraid of tyranny.

Even with the support of stooges like Sarfraz Bugti , Haasil Bizenjo , Qudoos Bizenjo etc the Pakistani army won’t be able to force Baloch to cast votes. Because the Baloch nation knows the real face of these puppets. These so-called Baloch politicians have blood of their brothers on their hands. It is no more a secret that these puppets are nourishing terrorists and death squads to crush the Baloch freedom movement. To gain few votes, they make promises that they cannot even fulfill in tehir dreams.

So, I humbly request my nation not to be fooled away by the subtlety of these greedy vultures. Rather Balochs should foil their plans by saying no to elections. It is awful when I see few Balochs casting votes for money. I feel pity for oblivious people because they are not just selling their motherland but are also putting their own lives at stake. A few thousand rupees will not quench your thirst. Thus, for the sake of your own self, stop casting votes because it might one day bring for you a wondrous light with days of happiness.

There has never been an end to Pakistani army cruelties and violence in Balochistan nor there will be until each Baloch boycotts the elections and breaks the chains of the occupying force. It will surely bring a smile on the faces of our brothers and sisters living in the torture cells and will indeed bring peace to the hearts of our great Sarmachars. Otherwise, if successful, the elections will bring nothing but more destruction, misery, dead bodies and tears to Baloch nation.

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